Trail of 100 Giants

EASY 234 reviews
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Trail of 100 Giants is a 1.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Springville, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Distance: 1.3 miles Elevation Gain: 121 feet Route Type: Loop

dog friendly

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly

stroller friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

forest

paved

wild flowers

wildlife

Please note: The road to the trailhead may close seasonally. Please be sure to check with the park prior to your visit. Trails may also be closed due to falling redwoods.

hiking
closed
19 days ago

Trail was closed on 1/2/19.

hiking
closed
26 days ago

as of 12/26/2019 - trail closed due to snow. very little signage to indicate so.

hiking
snow
1 month ago

hiking
bridge out
1 month ago

Simply incredible. A very easy and accessible walk through some of this planets most incredible wonders. 5 dollar parking. No ATM easily available so bring cash. Very limited to no cell service. Excellent hike for families. Dogs on leash are allowed but was off season and dogs were off leash, which, I actually liked. Many stops along way to read information about the trees and area. Campsite nearby for overnights. A must experience that should be on every outdoors oriented persons bucket list!

hiking
bugs
fee
1 month ago

Short, family-friendly walk under giant Sequoias. Lots of photo opportunities and informational placards along the way. Moderately trafficked in September. Dog-friendly (on leash).

walking
2 months ago

visited before a month. Was awesome weather that time. beautiful and tall trees.

hiking
2 months ago

Big n Beautiful. Great trail. Very short and easy to do. One of several great hikes in the area. Can be done any time of day. Accessible and dog friendly. No crowds in November

recorded Trail of 100 Giants

hiking
2 months ago

If you’re looking to see some giant sequoias but don’t want to deal with all the tourists at General Sherman, this will do. Very small trail so I would recommend making this one of a couple of stops while you’re down this way.

2 months ago

R.I.P to all the fallen trees

hiking
bridge out
2 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

good hike through the giant sequia's great. for babies as well easily accessible for strollers as well and great for dog walks

hiking
closed
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Great little hike for families and dogs. Not nearly as many people as Lodgepole in the National Park and the trees are equally awe inspiring. Our kids had a blast climbing on the fallen logs. Also recommend checking out Dome Rock nearby with some great views of the Kearn River Valley.

recorded Trail of 100 Giants

hiking
4 months ago

Had a blast!! Brought the dogs! Came with Jon..

hiking
bridge out
4 months ago

nice trail super easy, but some of the trail is closed of due to some of the large redwoods falling:(

hiking
4 months ago

A tree fell so you can’t walk the whole route but it’s still a nice stroll /hike very informative

hiking
bridge out
4 months ago

Very easy trail. Nice walk with stunning trees. Dog friendly! There was a fallen tree so Tala and I couldn’t finish the trail properly. Still worth it though!

hiking
5 months ago

Gotta do it if you’re in the area. Get up close to historic Sequoia’s and some amazing things about the National forest.

hiking
5 months ago

Nice trail

hiking
5 months ago

Nice trail!

hiking
5 months ago

Had such an amazing time with the family. Fun for all ages, even took our dog.

hiking
closed
6 months ago

I'd recommend this trail to all familys and people who want to take a walk with their dog. You can see different kinds of trees (especially high and old ones) and if you got luck some squirrels or chipmunks. Right next to the path you can find some benches to sit. If you want to avoid the crowds, try and arrive no later than 9:30am. You can walk 3 miles and in total it tooks you 2 hours if you walk slowly.

hiking
6 months ago

Smells of Giant Cedar, Sequoias & Ponderosa Pines; excellent getaway to the top of Tulare County!

walking
6 months ago

Liked school field trip, a lot of kids, nice place for families Love it Would come back again if I’m around there

hiking
6 months ago

Beautiful trail. Trees are ginormous. They were cutting back some of the smaller trees to maintain the area when we went. Very cool to watch. Hike with our dog on a leash. Plenty of people showed up just as we were leaving so try to arrive early. We were here on July 4, 2019.

hiking
6 months ago

Lots of people! Super dog friendly! This is my 3rd time coming, first time was mid-September last year and it wasn’t as crowded! This last weekend was 4th of July weekend and there was so many people there was lines to take pictures on trees! But super fun and easy for the puppy!

hiking
6 months ago

Great short hike with kids. The whole thing is paved which I don’t love but for some it might improve the experience. There was one section that was closed and some tree falling going on. My kids had fun watching a dead tree get cut down

hiking
6 months ago

Very easy trail, beautiful, huge trees. Most of the trail is on a asphalt path, but I don’t think it was smooth enough for a wheelchair. Parking is $5.00. There is a porta potty near the parking lot.

hiking
6 months ago

Breath taking

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